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  • Unboxing the $49.99 Roku Streaming Stick [Video]

    Unboxing the $49.99 Roku Streaming Stick [Video]
    Roku this month began shipping the Streaming Stick, a $49.99 dongle that lets users watch online video content on their TVs. Like Roku's other streaming devices, the Streaming Stick makes it possible for users to easily watch videos from Netflix,...
  • Tech mogul Oliver Luckett connects with emerging artists in a big way

     Tech mogul Oliver Luckett connects with emerging artists in a big way
    Oliver Luckett has perfected the art of excess. Seemingly every inch of the walls in his Los Angeles tech start-up, theAudience, is crowded with murals and framed works by street artists such as Shepard Fairey as well as contemporary artists like Jere...
  • Xbox Boosts User-Generated Video Play with YouTube and GoPro

    Microsoft is making it easier for Xbox One users to share their gameplay videos on YouTube -- a hugely popular genre on the Google-owned service -- and is adding a channel to bring action videos captured with Go Pro's personal HD cameras to the console....
  • MPAA's Megaupload suit: A broadside at pirates that may hit others

    The major Hollywood studios' lawsuit against Megaupload, a now-defunct online storage site, is not just an attempt to punish a company that made millions by building a platform beloved by online pirates. It's also a bid to force online companies to bear...
  • YouTube, Once TV's Enemy, Tries to Show How It Drives Viewers to TV Shows

    In its early days, YouTube was met with hostility from TV networks. Viacom, for one, alleged in its $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit that the video-sharing site was making money from illegal uploads of its most popular content. Now the seven-...
  • Land of Linkin'

     
    A weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. Of all the web tools and programs out there that will convert the audio......
  • Is new 'Sign in with Google' button first sign of Google+'s demise?

    The writing sure seems to be on the wall for Google+. A few days after Google+ boss Vic Gundotra suddenly announced his departure from the company, Google has begun testing a new sign-in button for third-party developers around the Internet that...
  • SXSW: The Must-See Events You Can't Miss This Week in Austin

    In the not-too-distant past, SXSW was a festival for the techies and their start-ups and weird local bands. Now it's a weeklong getaway for comedians and Hollywood celebrities. These A-listers have descended on Austin en masse and taken the festival...
  • First Machinima, Now Maker: Why Studios Suddenly Got Hot for MCNs

    All eyes are on the Los Angeles-based corner of the online video world known as multichannel networks (MCNs) right now as result of two major developments just this past week: reports of Disney in preliminary talks to acquire Maker Studios for $500...
  • Twitter gets court victory in Turkey but ban not lifted

    Twitter gets court victory in Turkey but ban not lifted
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter said late Friday that it won a key victory for freedom of expression after a Turkish court reversed an order that forced the company to take down an account that accused a former government minister of corruption. The Turkish...
  • Can this man save the music business?

    Can this man save the music business?
    Lucian Grainge has a vision for the future of the music business that bears scant resemblance to the traditional record company playbook. He is putting songs on smartphones in Africa, reviving moribund American record labels and making Lorde into a...